Egis in new partnership with EmiratesGBC

The new deal is set to pave the way for more effective adoption of sustainable building practices across the region

Egis has sealed a new strategic partnership with the Emirates Green Building Council (EmiratesGBC), which paves the way for the company becoming a full industry partner with EmiratesGBC, the highest level of membership in the council.

EmiratesGBC is a non-government organisation that promotes and educates on sustainability in the built environment in the UAE, as well as being an established member in the World Green Building Council.

As an industry partner, Egis will work closely with EmiratesGBC to promote the adoption of sustainable building practices and technologies in the region. The company says it has been providing sustainability services across the world for over 50 years, and the company’s partnership with the EmiratesGBC is a reflection of its commitment to promoting sustainable practices in the Middle East.

In early March 2023, Egis said it would acquire Saudi-based Omrania and, later in the month, Big Project Middle East confirmed a new date for its 2023 Energy & Sustainability Summit – 24 May.

Alaa AbuSiam, CEO, Middle East and South Asia, Egis said, “We are pleased to join forces with EmiratesGBC during the Year of Sustainability in the UAE, and to support the transition towards more sustainable building practices in the country. Sustainability is the core part of our business strategy, and we believe that this partnership will enable us to make a real impact in the region. We will also closely collaborate with EmiratesGBC towards effective and fruitful participation in UNFCCC’s COP28 in Dubai.”

“COP28 is especially significant because it comes at a critical time when the world is facing an unprecedented climate emergency. As such, we will have to ensure bold actions are taken and effective decisions are made, to address the urgent climate crisis,” he added.

He believes the company will also be able to contribute its knowledge and expertise to the development of regenerative design solutions, sustainable practices, and help businesses in the region to reduce their carbon footprint, minimise waste, and adopt more sustainable practices to advocate the regions aspirations towards Carbon Neutrality.

In late March 2023, Egis said it would provide PMC services for the Al Mutlaa City Development in Kuwait.


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